Library instruction will be available virtually this semester. We will not able to visit the classes in person but are available in a variety of formats for your convenience. Click here to request instruction.
Available instruction formats
Experienced research and instruction services specialists (AKA Librarians) are available for your information literacy needs. Embedded sessions are carefully and thoughtfully planned in conjunction with the course professor so that librarians can design instruction that supports critical thinking, addresses course assignments, and fosters information literacy in students. Please plan ahead for your instruction needs because our calendars fill up quickly.
The Research and Instruction Services team offer one-on-one research consultations. Appointments are available HERE
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Call, email, chat or text a librarian for help! Click HERE for more info.
This guide contains updated information and replaces the older Information Literacy Course Module (ILCM) guide (due to that ILCM version no longer being supported or updated, and retiring as of 2017).
Please contact Eryn Roles (email@example.com), Sarah Mollette (firstname.lastname@example.org), or Gillian Sochor (email@example.com) for information about using the the ILCM in your class using Blackboard (best) or with questions about any of the information you see in this guide.
Click here to access the Information Literacy Course Modules using single sign on.*
*Please note that you may first need to request access using the form below.
Multimedia materials can be assigned to students for a flipped classroom environment, shown as a part of face-to-face instruction, be assigned for homework or added to online classes. The ILCM also includes discussion notes for each section that outline learning objectives, related ACRL standards, section multimedia, discussion topics, activities, and suggested readings.
For additional information or suggestions on how to incorporate the ILCM into your classes, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Use these links for help with library related questions and issues.
These research tutorials were developed by the database companies to help you use them more efficiently.
The Library Help page answers some common questions you may have about library services and citing sources.